Friday, May 18, 2007

  • SPRING-SUMMER ENCEPHALITIS, the same, that a tick encephalitis.
  • VERNAL CATARRH, chronic inflammation of a conjunctive of the eyes, becoming aggravated in the spring and in the summer (an itch and red discoloration of eyelids, a photophobia and a lacrimation).
  • WEIGHS, the official title of. Viesite in Latvia up to 1917.
  • COPEPODA of the BIRD (pelikanoobraznye), order of waterfowls. All 4 pins are paired by a swimming membrane. On littorals of oceans and seas. 6 sets: gannets, phaetons, frigates, cormorants, zmeeshejki, pelicans.
  • COPEPODA CRUSTACEA, subclass of Crustacea. Length of free living 0,1-3 mm, parasitic - up to 30 see. St. 6000 kinds, in fresh and salinous waters. Minister nutrition to whales and many fishes. Freshwater Copepoda Crustacea can be intermediate hosts of parasitic worms, napr. A parasitic worm. Parasitic Copepoda Crustacea can invoke death of fishes.
  • VESLONOSY, a set of fresh-water fishes of order osetroobraznyh. 2 kinds, one - in an eskar. Erie and the rivers of an austral part the USA, length up to 2 m, weighs up to 75 kg; in the Red Data Book of the International union of nature protection and natural resources; the second - in r. Yangtze, length up to 7 m. Object of a craft.
  • SPRING, see. Seasons.
  • VESNIK Eugeny Jakovlevich (r. 1923), the Russian actor, the national actor of the USSR (1989). With 1964 at Small theatre in Moscow. Acts in film.
  • FRECKLES, yellowy-brown nevuses pigmentosus for the person on the open parts of a body (a face, arms). Occur under action of the sun (spring), sometimes radioactive radiations and chemical stimuluses.
  • EROPHILAS (ukr., the Byelorussian. - vesnavye, rus. - zaklichki), ceremonial calendar songs of call-up of the spring, dated for equinox. Before to erophilas attributed magic value.
  • EROPHILAS, order of hexapods. Side panels in scope 1-8 see. Ok. 2000 kinds, predominary in Boreal hemisphere. Dwell for circulating water reservoirs, especially in mountains. Adult hexapods occur in the early spring. Larvas of an erophila - a forage of food fishes.
  • GRAVIMETRIC ANALYSIS, the same, that gravimetric analysis.
  • VESOS (Vesaas) Tarjej (1897-1970), the Norwegian writer. In novels " Black horses " (1928), "Birds" (1957), etc. - interlacing of a reality with symbolics and allegory. Roman " the Major game " (1934) from country life; short stories and verses spirit of a modernism, plays.
  • VESPASIAN (Vespasianus) (9-79), Roman emperor with 69, the founder of dynasty Flaviev. Much more widely, than his precursors, distributed to provincials of the right of Roman and latin citizenship.
  • VESZPREM, city in Hungary, an administrative centre medje Veszprem. 64,3 thousand inhabitants (1991). A machine industry, textile, chemical, wood-working, a food-processing industry. A Gothic chapel of 13 century, a baroque palace of diocesan (18 century).
  • VESSEL Nikolay Hristianovich (1837-1906), the Russian teacher and the publicist. The editor of log-books "Teacher" (1861-64), " the Pedagogical collection " (1864-1882), " the Heart-felt word " (1885-1900). Transactionses under the theory of pedagogics.
  • WEST WIND (a nem. West), the same, that the west.
  • WEST WIND, in Roman mythology the goddess of a home which cult departed priestesses - vestalkami. Corresponds Grecian Gestii.
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